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Irvine Meadows Ampitheatre - Irvine, CA

Set 1:
Feel Like A Stranger
West LA Fadeaway
Me And My Uncle
Mexicali Blues
C.C. Rider
Big Railroad Blues
My Brother Esau
Touch Of Grey

Set 2:
Iko Iko
Playin' In The Band
Uncle John's Band
Spanish Jam
The Other One
Throwin' Stones
Wharf Rat
Not Fade Away

Not Fade Away
One More Saturday Night

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Killer show all the way through! Playin' into UJB is sublime, and the Spanish jam gives me goose bumps. Only complaint is that it was too short. Some of my favorite versions of almost every song!!!! Give it a listen! Yowza!
-Anonymous (05/10/2012)

Actually this show has mostly standard time stamps, if anything the Space is shorter then normal. But this is for the early 80's. The only song that seemed unusually short was the other one. Usually a 8-10 minute jam, this one barely scratches five. but this was because jerry's and everyone elses' phrasing got way better. The reason why jams were longer in the begining was because their song repitour was smaller and theirphrasing skills weren't as keen. So all those 20-40 minute lovelights and half hour other ones were just the boys takin longer to say what they wanted that night. Come back to the 80's, they all knew how to say exactly what they wanted to say, even if they screwed up here and there it was irrelevant. So you can't really judge a jam on it's time stamp. I've heard jerry speak more through a 5 minute song then a 20 minutes jam plenty of times. Jams are jams, how long they are is looking at them from the outside perspective. You really gotta look inside a jam and all it's little nooks to see what it's really all about.

thats just my observation at least. nothing about the dead can ever be written in stone except for the notes that have already left their fingers.
-Murphy (11/13/2013)

Wow Murphy, you really spend a lot of time on these guys.
-Anonymous (06/11/2015)

Haha, i had ALOT of free time in college since i only went two days a week. I listened to a good majority of the deads' recorded concert history in consecutive order over about 2 years. I'd say i listened to about 80 - 85% of all the shows that are available through archives. Pretty sure i did listen to every single show from '78 - '95. It was incredibly fun to just zone out for a little over 2 years and do nothing but send myself to space and listen to the dead. I went through about 3 - 4 shows a day.
I never saw Jerry play in person, but i still haven't heard anything (Live or recorded) that matches the spiritual obliterations the dead are capable of. And i only experienced it through headphones. I can't imagine what Jerry made people feel like live.
-Murphy (04/06/2016)

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Band Configuration
(04/16/79 - 07/23/90)

Lead Guitar: Jerry Garcia
Rhythm Guitar: Bob Weir
Bass: Phil Lesh
Keyboards: Brent Mydland
Drums: Bill Kreutzmann
Drums: Mickey Hart

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